I had 3 mothers on my case today... they each have a son who cuts grass, and they all cut together in the neighborhood for money. These kids are about 11-12 years old. They claimed I was creating a monopoly by providing additional services that these kids can't handle, thus taking all their business. So I point to the lawn I just cut (1/4 acre), and ask the kids how much they would charge. The 3 kids discussed it and agreed on $20. I told them all I do is cut the lawn... and my price is more than theirs. "but you have weed wackers. Its not fair we can't do all that!" "Isn't that part of the job? When you cut grass, you are supposed to cut all of it arent you?" There was a moment of silence, then the parents chimed back in on how it wasn't fair. I told them that if the customers want the kids to do their lawns then the kids can do them. I don't care. I laughed and walked away. Didn't even bother mentioning license/insurance. I understand a kid trying to make money, but c'mon!